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April 2014 Archives

High asset divorce for Walmart heiress plagued by scandal

Walmart heiress Page Laurie Dubbert is divorcing her husband of nearly six years, and she is apparently taking an aggressive approach to the breakup. The high asset divorce comes after the man reportedly made off with thousands of dollars that came from a retail operation the pair ran together. However, like many New York couples, the pair is working through the divorce with the help of a prenuptial agreement. The woman has already agreed to pay the man spousal support thanks to that document.

New York man's texts cost him over $50,000

A New York restaurateur might want to rethink his texting patterns. After sending a break-up text to his fiancee of 14 months when she refused to sign a prenuptial agreement, she incredulously texted him back with the message, "Your (sic) doing this through a text message???"

Husband takes children overseas; mother files for divorce

A man violated a standing custody order and took his three sons with him when he went to Saudi Arabia. The woman who he is married to says that she is tired of being married to this man, and she has decided to file for divorce. During the split, she is hoping to get both alimony money and health insurance that can be used by her or any of the boys. The couple was legally married in 2004.

Talking to your kids during custody and visitation proceedings

A New York divorce is difficult for everyone involved -- especially the kids. As you and your spouse work to hash out child custody and visitation agreements, it is easy to forget that your kids actually have needs in the here and now. Children of divorce have special needs during and after the marital dissolution. Experts say there are a few key phrases that can help parents stay in-tune with their kids' needs during this potentially tumultuous time.

Miller, child's mother continue father's custody rights battle

Although the Winter Olympics have been over for weeks, the frosty child custody dispute between skier Bode Miller and his child's mother has continued in a New York family court. The athlete has been locked in a contentious fathers' rights battle for months, as he fights for equal access to his 13-month-old son. The most recent news in the case shows that Miller and his ex-lover were unable to reach an accord during a hearing in late March, which means that the child will remain with his mother until the next hearing in the matter.

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